|Home||Audio Books & Poetry | Community Audio | Computers & Technology | Grateful Dead | Live Music Archive | Music, Arts & Culture | Netlabels | News & Public Affairs | Non-English Audio | Podcasts | Radio Programs | Spirituality & Religion | The Shady Trees | BRYAC Funk Allstars|
|Anonymous User (login or join us)|
Deadman on vocals in this electronic lofi drum and softsynth jam with surprize guest appearance by John Lydon from an old english punk band. Music by Digi Hartatak. Artwork by Deadman.
This audio is part of the collection: NoiseCollector
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels
Artist/Composer: Deadman & Digi Hartatak
Keywords: electronic; john lydon; sex pistols; lou ferigno; elvis; ufo; scientology; evolution; creation; religion; cannabis
Creative Commons license: Attribution 3.0
|evolver_64kb_mp3.zip||64Kbps MP3 ZIP||2.1 MB|
|evolver_vbr_mp3.zip||VBR ZIP||5.9 MB|
|Audio Files||Flac||Ogg Vorbis||WAVE||64Kbps MP3||VBR MP3|
|evolver.ffp||Flac FingerPrint||46.0 B|
Subject: so the foot was not
a retarded hand?
Telephone Toughguy -
Subject: Not Bad! Awesome outro
Mix is a little muddy and trebly (at the same time) but it works. First few verses don't do it for me but the chorus is cool and the 3rd and 4th verses are lyrically cool as shit. The bass sounds artifical and over compressed but it's ok, maybe the lofi drum interaction? I can't believe you got the guy from the sex pistols to sing on your song, that's great, shoulda got Steve Vai also.
Subject: 10,000 refugees agree
NEEDS MORE GREG!!!
Sumanguru Gyra Jones -
Subject: Bowie and Dr. Who
I am alive and wondering why. Rum rum rum in my tum tum tum makes me walk on the other side. This is definately the best Bowie/Dr. Who combo available today on the wonderfully new and improved Internet. I especially like the electric triangle. IT reminds me of those Christmases in Iowa long ago- plastic tree and all. Good job.
Subject: Bowie meets Devo, produce boy
I like this one a lot.
The synths and the lo-fi drums are great.
Haven't paid much attention to the words.
Never do, for awhile anyway until I decide whether
or not I like something from an overall level of feel and production.
This one has excellent production.
Subject: Jerry Garcia and Motorhead
finelee sum leerix dat mattah. reminds me of that show on cartoon network at 12:15 sunday nights after that other show with the good commercials. Tim and errin's great show, awsome job by connie rotten too , very real mon, takes me back to the shows at CBGB'S and the night that Jerry Garcia got on stage with Motorhead and played the theme to space jam.
there was some extremely futueristic shit going down on that stage. and free boop legs too. and mike patron jesus.